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News & Events

Thanks to everyone who made the Red Cross Event great!

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We really appreciate everyone who came to our Red Cross fundraiser. We raised $3154.72 to go to the funds for Fort McMurray and Kumamoto Japan. We couldn’t have done it without the help of the volunteers, the amazing performers, and the generosity of the community members. Thank you everyone!

KNT does Kurimoto Japanese Garden Spring Festival 2016!

KNT does Kurimoto Spring Festival

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Another Kita no Taiko tradition!  Don’t miss this celebration of Japanese culture in a very special spring setting. Martial arts demonstrations, art displays and demos, dance and music performances, children’s games and crafts, authentic Japanese Tea Ceremonies, Japanese food sampling.

Come visit us Sunday, June 5th at 11:15 am and and 3:30 pm at the Devonian Gardens!

For more information, please visit the University of Alberta website!  Hope to see you there!

 

Edmonton’s Japanese drumming group building biceps, beats for 30 years

THE DRUMS ARE IN THE PRINT!

Pick up today’s Edmonton Journal to find Kita No Taiko fresh on the front of the Arts section!  You can read the full article here.

The Beat Goes On: A Kita no Taiko 30th Anniversary Celebration!

We are happy to announce our next big celebration!  On March 5th and March 6th we are happy to present The Beat Goes On: 30 Years of Kita no Taiko!

KNT does ESO for Kids!

Let your imagination loose as the ESO explores music of fantasy and fiction. Voyage to worlds such as Narnia and Middle Earth, take a flight on the X-Jet or the Enterprise, then tour Hogwarts and Wonka’s Chocolate Factory before finally scurrying down the rabbit hole to this Never Land of fun and familiar themes.

Kita no Taiko will be portraying the story of Raijin, a mischievous thunder God bent on ruining the Matsuri festivities!  Visit the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra to buy tickets and experience this wonderful event!

Kurimoto Japanese Garden Spring Festival

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A celebration of Japanese culture in a very special spring setting. Martial arts demonstrations, art displays and demos, dance and music performances, children’s games and crafts, authentic Japanese Tea Ceremonies, antique sword displays, Japanese food sampling, the Taiko drummers and more.

http://www.devonian.ualberta.ca/Events/KJGSpringFestival.aspx

Come watch us open and be the finale for this celebration of multiculturalism in Canada!

Saraswathi Society For Music & Dance Continuum Fundraiser

This weekend we will be performing at the Saraswathi Society Fundraiser for the Stollery Children’s Hospital. In their words “Art is a powerful medium to spread any message. For one day, artists in Edmonton will come together to show the power of their art in giving back to the community they live in”
Tickets are only $10 to see several of Edmonton’s dance and music groups perform!

Saturday April 4, 5:00, Campus St. Jean

Click here for more information!

Snowmobile Invasion

SnowmobileWhat a great time in Whitecourt!  Sake, Great Big Sea, and other great cultural performances!

Clareview Opening

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The City of Edmonton opened a new public library and recreation centre!  Kita no Taiko was happy to peform at the opening!

East Asian Studies Party

East Asian PartyThe East Asian Studies Holiday Party was an absolute blast!  It was great to have such an enthusiastic and close crowd!

 

 

Heritage Festival 2014

Canada Day 2014Once again Kita No Taiko was pleased to participate at the Japanese Pavilion at the Heritage Festival!

Level I Workshop on January 5!

Another workshop is just around the corner!

Visit our classes page for more information and to register!

The Heritage Festival is just around the corner!

 

Our tradition continues proud and strong!  Come see us play at the Japanese Pavilion this Heritage Festival weekend!

Guests at the Japanese Pavilion can enjoy tasty cuisine, watch exciting martial arts demonstrations (Kendo & Karate), energetic
musical performances (Kita No Taiko) and join Japanese folk dance.

Beyond the bright red torii gate visitors can view historical displays, Japanese toys and games, and arts and crafts such as shodo
(calligraphy), bonsai (miniature trees) and origami (paper folding).  A selection of Japanese crafts and ceramics will be available for purchase.  You can also try wearing the unique yukata and have a photo memento taken of your experience at the Japanese tent!

Stop on by and come watch us at these times:

Saturday at 12:30, 2:30, and 5:30

Sunday at 2:30 and 5:30

Monday at 2:30

Hope to see you there!

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